Ideas
August 5, 2015 12:01 PM EDT
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1. A decade after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans has harnessed the “edgy creativity that comes from the shared aftertaste of danger.”

By Walter Isaacson in the New York Times

2. Could a tumor send real-time progress reports on cancer treatment?

By Chris Berdick in MIT News

3. Where should we start fighting campus sexual assault? Let’s try high school.

By Tyler Kingkade and Rebecca Klein in the Huffington Post

4. To expedite innovation, give away your code.

By Gus Robertson in TechCrunch

5. Simply defending against hackers isn’t working. Maybe U.S. businesses should go on offense.

By Grant Gross in IT World

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